Hyperdock 1.1.3 MacOSX | 3.62 MB
HyperDock adds long awaited features to your Dock: Select individual application windows & tabs just by moving the mouse on a dock item, use mouse clicks to quickly open new windows and many more.
Ever wondered how to activate a single window instead of a whole application?
The Window Preview bubble shows you every single window of an application just by holding the mouse on a dock item!
It even shows minimized windows and windows from other spaces and is fully drag & drop aware.
Hover the mouse over the iTunes dock item to view information about the current song, You can pause, skip, rate songs and even adjust volume just by scrolling on the itunes icon.
Sneak a peek at your upcoming events by hovering the iCal dock item.
HyperDock brings advanced window management features to Mac OS:
•Move & resize windows just by holding down keys and moving your mouse.
•Automatically resize windows when dragging to screen edges (Window Snapping).
HyperDock adds fully configurable shortcuts to your dock apps.
Assign key & mouse shortcuts to your dock items to hide or quit apps, start Expose, open Safari tabs, Finder Windows and much more.
Intel, Mac OS X 10.6 or later.
Fix: HyperDock didn’t work on 32 bit Intel Core Duo Macs.
Fix: HyperDock did not show up when booting up after upgrading to Mac OS X 10.7
Fix: On some Macs HyperDock prevented iTunes from quitting
Fix: Sometimes the iTunes window couldn’t be snapped by dragging
Fix: Windows from Stickies.app couldn’t be moved/resized on Snow Leopard
Fix: Weird behavior after switching user sessions
Fix: Work around a bug in Mac OS X 10.7 that disabled the “Double-tab with three fingers” gesture when HyperDock was running.
The old down-snapping behavior (snap to bottom half screen) is now enabled when holding down the option key while dragging
Temporarily disabled the Safari tab preview plugin for Safari 5.1
Note: I’m about to restructure and simplify the shortcuts gui/functionality in one of the next releases. If there’s something you really depend on (e.g. an applescript), drop me a mail. ”